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A Semi-Detailed Lesson Plan in TLE 7

(Productivity, Humility)
Common Carpentry Tools
January 25, 2017
I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson the student should able to:
a. identify the different carpentry tools;
b. organize the different carpentry tools according to its use;
c. manipulate/use the different carpentry tools.

II. SUBJECT MATTER


Topic: Common Carpentry Tools
References: Effective Technology and Home Economics, pp. 227-232
Materials: DLP, PowerPoint

III. PROCEDURE
Prayer
Checking of Attendance
I. ACTIVITY
JUMBLED WORD
Edge-cutting tools Boring Tools
Tooth-cutting tools Holding Tools
Driving tools Sharpening Tools

II. ANALYSIS
COMMON CARPENTRY TOOLS
Carpentry tools are usually grouped according to their function and uses or
their cutting parts.
A. EDGE-CUTTING TOOL
1. Wooden Smooth Plane
2. Jack Plane
3. Chisels
4. Spokeshaves
B. TOOTH-CUTTING TOOLS
1. Handsaw
2. Keyhole
3. Backsaw
C. DRIVING TOOLS
1. Claw hammer
2. Screw Drivers: Flats and Philips
D. BORING TOOLS
1. Hand-drill
2. Ratchet Brace
E. HOLDING TOOLS
1. C-clamp and vise
F. SHARPENING TOOLS
1. Grindstone and whetstone

IV.APPLICATION
Draw the atom and its parts.
EVALUATION
Direction: Write C, if the statement is correct and if it is wrong write D.
1. The negatively charged particles of an atom is called electrons.
2. The particles of an atom which do not carry charges is called protons.
3. The number of electrons determine the chemical characteristics of the atom.
4. The flow of electrons is from the positive to the negative terminal.
5. The positively charged particles of an atom is called neutrons.
V.ASSIGNMENT
Follow-up
Draw an electric circuit showing the flow of electricity

Advance
Read the sources of electricity
Page 171-174

Prepared by: Checked by:


_____________________ ________________________
GAEA LOU R. LIGSAY LIDAY T. SEGUNDO
Student-Teacher Cooperating-Teacher

Verified by: Approved by:


__________________________ ______________________
SIRMATA D. PERALTA . ELISA B. LAGGUI
TLE Chairman Principal III